House on a mountain in California
This house on the hill is located in the natural reserve of the mountains of Santa Lucia, near Carmel, California. The surrounding oak forests and steep bows inspired designers architectural company from San Francisco called Feldman Architecture, the idea of this wonderful home. The house is partially sunk into the ground in order to reduce its massive appearance. Inside the house was divided into a series of pavilions to lessen its overall mass.
The path to the mountain Lodge runs through the grove, through which you can see small elements of the structure. Right at the entrance there is a large open terrace that serves as living under the open sky. Almost every room has wide open doors onto the surrounding terrace house that allows you to extend the small interior space of the house on the hill.
To strengthen the Foundation, the architect used the screw piles and stepped architecture. One of the walls of the lower floor of this house on the oblique mount is part of the slope. This decision made the house more stable and reliable
In the same style, you can build a house in the suburbs of economy class.